School’s in, breathe out
As kids head back into classrooms and reconnect with their community, teachers are bringing the chill with nature-themed classrooms and eucalyptus decor. This trend is rising across Millennials, Gen X-ers and Boomers.
Eucalyptus is in. Chaotic classrooms are out. That’s Suzy Memeo’s philosophy when it comes to creating calming environments for kiddos. This curriculum designer shares her nature-inspired ways to decorate homerooms. Follow Suzy and see how you can make any room feel restful.
“My students are returning to in-person school this year and let me tell you: they’re in their feels. So I’m creating the most calming set-up ever. We could all use some mini meditation lessons and nature walks during recess.”
Inspire teachers to bring some serenity to the classroom. Create collections ads with calming essential oils in scents like lemongrass, eucalyptus and rainwater.
Offer video tutorials to help teachers bring tranquil decor and nature-inspired furniture to their classrooms. And as a bonus, offer styling tips with greenery like eucalyptus for an extra calming effect.
Nurture with nature. Using Pinterest ads targeting, encourage parents to take their kids on an educational adventure somewhere rustic or rural to feed their mind, body and soul.